TULSA, OK -- Several waves of severe thunderstorms rolled across northeastern Oklahoma overnight Tuesday.
The storms brought heavy rain, lots of wind and lightning.
There are no reports of any injuries, but there have been some reports of wind damage in the Ponca City area.
Sherry Bowers with the Ponca City Police Department says three families have been relocated. Several homes were damaged by fallen trees. Total damage estimates are near $800,000, but the assessments are continuing.
Some motorists were having trouble navigating the highways because of flash flooding.
One area in Tulsa, which officials say floods every time it rains, was near 43rd and Sheridan.